Bloom syndrome: multiple retinopathies in a chromosome breakage disorder
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    Drusen in Bloom syndrome
    • Deniz Aslan, M. D.
    • Other Contributors:
      • Sengul Ozdek, and Sibel Ozdogan.

    Dear Editor,

    The recent article on the ocular manifestations of Bloom syndrome by Bhisitkul and Rizen [1] suggested that macular drusen may be an integral part of Bloom syndrome. Recently we published the finding of drusen in a young girl with Bloom syndrome [2]; we suspected that drusen might be expected in one of the premature aging syndromes, but at that time found little information on drusen as an ocular abnor...

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